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Assessments are offered for both students and teachers to gauge SEL growth over time. Teachers can view both individual student and group assessment results for their classrooms.
More formal assessments in both the fall and spring use a simple scale from “disagree” to “strongly agree” to gauge social and emotional growth. Teachers can then tailor instruction and inform classroom design with a Teacher Classroom Rating that allows them to see how students are performing on certain competencies.
A new upper school assessment is available as of November 1, 2020, written specifically for students in Grades 9-12.
Our SEL program includes optional professional development with post-training assessments to gauge retention. Teachers can earn continuing education credits for passing SEL educator assessments with 90% or higher scores.
Source: “Promoting Positive Youth Development Through School-Based and Emotional Learning Inventions: A Meta Analysis of Follow-Up Effects,” Child Development, Volume 8, Issue 4, July/August 2017
*According to a study described in the American Journal of Public Health
Both students and teachers receive guided instruction in a range of competencies using engaging videos, individual or peer-to-peer activities, and quizzes. Teachers can monitor individual student progress on lessons and activities.
Lessons covering a variety of competencies that incorporate videos, individual and group activities, and quizzes. Flexible five, 10, and 20-minute activity options that can fit into any classroom schedule.
Armed with knowledge about social and emotional learning, teachers can help students learn more effectively. Training videos and activities are designed for adult learners and complement student lessons.
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